Wide receiver Chicago Simeon Malik Elzy this week he was presented with an All-American Bowl jersey, which was officially announced on Wednesday.

“For a kid on the south side of Chicago, being elected to the Adidas All-American is very important,” he said. “This is a dream come true for every child. This is another opportunity to draw attention to where I come from and showcase my talent. I give all my glory to the man above.”

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He added, “This opportunity is a great opportunity for me to showcase my talents and show everyone that I am one of the best in the country.”

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Elsie is still planning to announce her college admission at the game.

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He will sign a contract with this school at the beginning of the signing period in December and then hold the announcement until January.

This weekend Elsie will pay an official visit to Wisconsin. The Badgers returned to the scene after Luke Fickell took over as head coach. Elsie was devoted to this staff in Cincinnati.

He also had a recent home visit to Illinois and Illini is still in the spotlight.

At 6’3″ and weighing 198 pounds, Elsie had an outstanding year at Simeon helping them win the city’s title.

The All-American Bowl has been around since 2000. NBC Sports broadcasts the game nationally, and the All-American Bowl is the most watched and attended high school sporting event.

The game featured 553 NFL draft picks, 118 first-round picks, 193 future pro bowlers, 86 Super Bowl champions, and 13 Rookie of the Year.

Past members include Adrian Peterson, Odell Beckham Jr., Ezekiel Elliott, Micah Parsons, Trevor Lawrence, Joe Thomas, Chase Young, Tim Tebow, Vince Young, Ndkamukong Suh, Derrick Henry, Andrew Luck, D.K. Metcalfe, Mark Andrews, Justin Tucker, Jalen Ramsey, DeSean Jackson, Christian McCaffrey, Stefan Diggs, Naji Harris, Nick Chubb and many more.

247Sports will once again provide full coverage of the pre-game week of practice.

For more information and listings, see https://www.nbcsports.com/allamericanbowl.

247Sport Scouting Report

Big receiver, not only tall, but going to college weighing around 200 pounds. Well developed lower body. Uses its size and strength well to make contested catches. Goes past defenders and then does a good job of passing the ball. Strong and tough to reroute at the line of scrimmage. There is no confirmed time for maximum final speed. Not a speed demon, but has some stop-start suddenness like a route runner. Projects as a threat to the red zone and beyond the split ends in college, but can also be played in the slot.